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Lesson 4 : Nutrition Disorders Obesity and health consequences.

favoured in a population. When that population experiences times of constant ‘feast’ i.e. a western diet, they become obese and develop diabetes. GLUCOSE SENSING IN MATURITY ONSET DIABETES OF THE YOUNG NORMALBASALSTATE HYPERGLYCEMIA SENSED AS EUGLYCEMIA IN/category by recreational physical activity: WOMEN Williamson et al., (1993), IJO, 17, 279-86 Effects of an Obesity Prevention and Exercise Program on the Development of NIDDM in Men and Women with Impaired Glucose Tolerance Tuomilehto, et al. NEJM 344:1343/


© 2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Chapter 5 Weight Management Outline: 1.Overweight vs. Obesity 2.Diet Crazes 3.Eating Disorders 4.The Physiology of Weight Loss.

© 2010 Cengage-Wadsworth Chapter 5 Weight Management Outline: 1.Overweight vs. Obesity 2.Diet Crazes 3.Eating Disorders 4.The Physiology of Weight Loss 5.Diet and Metabolism 6.Exercise: The Key to Weight Management 7.Losing Weight the Sound and Sensible Way 8.Behavior Modification & Adherence to a Weight Management Program 9.The Simple Truth © 2010 Cengage-Wadsworth 1 2 3 4 5 6/


Medicines for the Treatment of Obesity “But Doc, isn’t there a pill I can take?” Joanna Ruchala, MD.

exercise due to pain Inability to loose weight despite food restriction Inability to loose weight despite food restriction DB PMH Morbid obesity Morbid obesity HTN HTN Hyperlipidemia Hyperlipidemia  TG,  HDL  TG,  HDL OSA (Can’t use CPAP) OSA (Can/ Laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding Laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding Intensive non-surgical program Intensive non-surgical program Very low calorie diet (500-550 kcal/day) X 12 wks Very low calorie diet (500-550 kcal/day) X 12 wks Orlistat 120 mg /


Diet Efficacy in Obesity Gita Majdi. Outline: Obesity Diet in obesity management Types of diet Comparisons of diets.

deficit of 500 to 1000 kcal/d) plus exercise recommendation and group meetings. CONCLUSIONS: Compared with a low-fat diet, a low-carbohydrate diet program had better participant retention and greater weight loss. During active weight loss, serum triglyceride levels decreased more and high-/Holst, Ph.D., Wim H.M. Saris, M.D., Ph.D., and Arne Astrup, M.D., Dr.Med.Sc. for the Diet, Obesity, and Genes (Diogenes) Project N Engl J Med 2010; 363:2102-2113November 25, 2010 Study: A total of 1209 adults were screened/


Obesity A Weighty Problem. The “Top 10” The Associated Press.

>=32 RR 2.2 vs. BMI <19 from Nurses’ Health Study. Increasing Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity Obesity has increased in every state, in both sexes, across all age groups, educational levels, and smoking /SCHOOL? PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS  Encourage parents to limit contribution of calories from beverages (only milk required).  Encourage 5 a day program.  Suggest Stoplight Diet (Epstein)  Stress Family Commitment- entire family needs to follow new eating habits. FAST FOOD MAKEOVERS  Big Mac Value /


Chapter 9 Designing Weight Management and Body Composition Programs.

.Work closely with a licensed nutritionist or registered dietitian when planning diets for your clients. (See example of process, next slides, pp. 251-2.) Steps for Designing a Weight Loss Program Weight-Loss Diets Low-carbohydrate (carb) iso-caloric diets (e.g., Atkins) result in rapid short-term weight loss in obese adults; shown to improve triglyceride and HDL-C levels. High-protein or low/


Obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease

but these mothers face increased long term risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Maternal obesity increases the risk of GDM. Diet and resistance exercise improve glycaemic control and reduce the need for insulin in GDM, /diastolichypertension C-reactive protein< 3 mg/L> 3 mg/Lquantifiesinflammation IDF International Diabetes Federation; NCEP National Cholesterol Education Program waist measurement mostly white Europeans > 50 years Waist circumference is increasingly seen as the best indicator for the metabolic/


Pediatric Obesity Elizabeth H. Kwon MD, MPH. OBESITY DEFINED According to the AMA’s Expert Committee on the Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment of.

– in order to achieve “No Child Left Behind” goals More kids in after school programs without much physical activities More kids in after school programs without much physical activities “More dangerous world”—keeps children inside more than previous decades “More /and eating out at restaurants; · Preparing foods at home as a family; · Eating a diet rich in calcium; and · Eating a high fiber diet. From the House Obesity Initiative FAQ for Families How do we start to make changes to our family’s routine? /


Beginning of the Chapter The Genetics of Obesity 2.

fat in the diet Experiment: High-fat diet >>>7500 further studies on this gene OBESITY How our Genes Influence our Body Weight Fat absorption gene FAT OBESITY How our Genes Influence our Body Weight FAT Fat absorption gene OBESITY How our Genes / be made based on genetic analyses? GENETIC ANALYSIS The Program 1)Weight loss phase (lose weight) 2)Adaptation phase (slowly increase calories) 3)Stability phase (maintain weight) GENETIC ANALYSIS Flexible Diet Plan The article system Rice pudding (High carb, Low/


Weight Management Clinic Program Orientation Amy Rothberg, MD, PhD Andrew Kraftson, MD Nevin Ajluni, MD  Charles Burant, MD, PhD Christine Fowler, RD,

what is expected, we will re-assess any barriers or issues related to diet and help you navigate through any challenges. If the weight loss at 4 weeks is again less than expected, we will discuss alternative strategies and/or programs. Research Component (“phenotyping”) Integral to the understanding of obesity Examination of gene-gene interactions and gene- environmental interactions- understanding the biology of/


Obesity. Step 1:Identifying Patients Who Need to Lose Weight Measure height and weight and calculate BMI at annual visits or more frequently. Use the.

30 or ≥27 with comorbidity, adjunctive therapies may be considered. Step 5:Diets for Weight Loss Prescribe a diet to achieve reduced calorie intake for obese or overweight individuals who would benefit from weight loss, as part of / interventions and counselling Advise overweight and obese individuals who would benefit from weight loss to participate for ≥6 months in a comprehensive lifestyle program that assists participants in adhering to a lower calorie diet and in increasing physical activity through the/


Primary-Care Oriented Obesity Management: Readiness to change and weight reduction in urban medically underserved patients Kelley W. Carroll, MD Assistant.

Addition of meal replacements to high intensity intervention Davis, LM. Efficacy of a meal replacement diet plan compared to a food-based diet plan after a period of weight loss and weight maintenance: a randomized controlled trial.” / (overweight) Appropriate treatment Appropriate treatment Referral to high intensity programs Referral to high intensity programs Address obesity as a public health problem Address obesity as a public health problem Need for public health solutions Need for public health /


Chapter 9 Designing Weight Management and Body Composition Programs.

intake and energy expenditure. 3.Design weight-loss program inclusive of caloric restriction plus exercise program. 4.Work closely with a licensed nutritionist or registered dietitian when planning diets for your clients. Steps for Designing a Weight Loss Program Weight-Loss Diets Low-carbohydrate (carb) iso-caloric diets (e.g., Atkins) result in rapid short-term weight loss in obese adults; shown to improve triglyceride and HDL/


Role of HCPs in the Prevention of Obesity Dr. Abdul Jabbar Visiting Professor, The Aga Khan University Consultant Endocrinologist, Medcare Hospital, UAE.

are required now," said lead researcher Glen E. Duncan, an assistant professor in the Department of Epidemiology, Nutritional Sciences Program at the University of Washington in Seattle. "These steps are well known and well established preventative measures -- namely to /will help you shed nearly 15 kilos in a year! Extreme measures, such as ketogenic diets and surgery, have been tried to deal quickly with obesity, but recidivism is high. There are no quick preventions or cures. The answer—permanent behavior/


Obesity Pre-Diabetes to Type 2 Diabetes Gül Bahtiyar, MD, MPH Woodhull Medical Center Clinical Associate Professor NYU School of Medicine.

Involvement Pays Off  Scheduling physical breaks during the day  Onsite wellness centers, exercise/walking trails  Stress management programs  Encourage walking/biking to/from work and during breaks  Memberships or discounts to health clubs  Walking clubs, weight/1998; 20: 216–231 > 80% of diabetics are insulin resistant Genetic factors Environmental factors Family history Ethnicity Obesity Age Diet Lack of exercise Insulin Resistance is a Root Cause of Diabetes Narayan et al. JAMA 2003;290:1884-1890/


Pennington does not endorse claims made by these programs. This is simply an overview of available programs. 20091-113 Commercial Weight Loss Programs.

treatment is only offered by physicians trained in obesity management. An initial medical and lifestyle evaluation plus ongoing medical monitoring is necessary to assure that participants remain in peak health while losing weight. Pennington does not endorse claims made by these programs. This is simply an overview of available programs. 200991-113 Cutting quality of diet? The products cut calories not nutrients. When used/


Food Choice and Obesity in Black America: Creating a New Cultural Diet Eric J. Bailey, Ph.D., M.P.H. Medical Anthropologist East Carolina University Department.

respect of cultural differences and similarities within, among and between groups. Cultural competency is a goal that an individual, agency, system, or program continually aspires to achieve! Follow Your Dream Food Choice and Obesity in Black America: Creating a New Cultural Diet Eric J. Bailey, Ph.D., M.P.H. Medical Anthropologist East Carolina University Department of Anthropology Department of Family Medicine (Masters/


Obesity in Adolescents Gilberto A. Velez-Domenech, M.D. New York Medical College Department of Pediatrics Division of Adolescent Medicine.

General Morbidity and Mortality Obese adolescents who become obese adults will have more severe obesity than those adults whose obesity began in adulthood. Obese adolescents who become obese adults will have more severe obesity than those adults whose obesity began in adulthood. Greater/for Good, by Peter M. Miller (Warner Books, Inc., 1993) The Hilton Head Diet for Children and Teenagers: The Safe and Effective Program That Helps Your Child Overcome Weight Problems for Good, by Peter M. Miller (Warner Books/


Pediatric Obesity : A Family Affair Samuel N. Grief, MD.

must be ready for change Clinicians should educate families about medical complications of obesity Clinicians should involve the family and all caregivers in the treatment program Treatment programs should institute permanent changes, not short-term diets or exercise programs aimed at rapid weight loss General Approach to Treating Pediatric Obesity As part of the treatment program, a family should learn to monitor eating and activity The treatment/


Obesity Pharmacotherapy

30 to 34.9 and almost 33% lower than for patients who had BMIs of 35 or more. Complications of Obesity Obesity Related Comorbidities HTN/ hyperlipidemia CAD/CVA DM II Cancer (Breast, Colon, Prostate) Meralgia paresthetica Gallbladder disease NASH/ NAFLD GERD/. JAMA 2006. Surgery vs. Pharmacotherapy RCT, 80 adults BMI 30-35 Laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding Intensive non-surgical program Very low calorie diet (500-550 kcal/day) X 12 wks Orlistat 120 mg added before some meals X 4 wks Orlistat before /


Should I refer my obese patient for bariatric surgery? Dr. Khalid Azzam Assistant Professor of Medicine HHS Bariatric Medical Clinic 4 th McMaster University.

and diabetes. Results from ongoing, well-designed studies using intensive medical therapy in patients with obesity are awaited. Managing all the modifiable factors contributing to obesity long-lasting benefits Lifestyle Social Psychological Environmental Cultural Financial Patients with severe obesity should be treated initially in a medical program that focus on – Diet – Activity – Lifestyle changes – Behavior modification, and – Specialized psychosocial assessment and support Bariatric Surgery is/


Pharmacotherapy.

Xenical) Medications approved for short term use phentermine others rarely used: mazindol, diethylpropion Medications for use in special patients the depressed obese patient – bupropion (Wellbutrin) and venlafaxine (Effexor) type 2 diabetes – metformin , pramlintide (Symlin), exendin-4 (Exenatide) /food intake Need to monitor BP early in program Once daily with or without food FDA approved 1999 Reduces absorption of ~30% dietary fat Fat in diet passes undigested Facilitates weight loss GI side effects /


© 2000 University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Gary D. Foster, PhD Clinical Director, Weight and Eating Disorders Program Assistant Professor, Department.

methods  Pharmacological therapy  Surgical approaches  Identify the pros and cons of self-help diets for the treatment of obesity.  Review new guidelines for successful outcomes in obesity treatment. © 2000 University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Treatment of Obesity  Behavioral  Pharmacological  Surgical  Self help programs and books © 2000 University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Behavioral Treatment Philosophy  Consists of a set of principles and techniques to/


A Review of Popular Weight Loss Programs Courtney Dillon.

maintenance Oenema et aln=197 Adult education participants Weight, skin fold, motivation Rock et aln=442 Overweight or obese women WW, individual, combination Weight, Weight loss maintenance Truby et aln=293 Overweight or obese adults Weight, body fat Diet Composition and Weight Loss Study Size Subjects Programs Studied Outcomes Measured Dasinger et aln=160 Adults with known heart problems Atkins, Ornish, WW, Zone Weight/


Treatments for Overweight and Obese Clients Dr. David L. Gee FCSN/PE 446 Nutrition, Weight Control & Exercise.

Diet Packages Jenny Craig NutriSystems –Food Supplement/Food Combos Slim Fast Metabolic and Weight Loss Effects of Long-term Dietary Intervention in Obese Patients: Four-year Results Flechtner-Mors M, et al. Obes Res. 2000;8:399-402. Randomized controlled trial –75 subjects followed for 4 yrs –Control vs Slim-Fast program/ term success –No more (or less) successful than other treatments –Maintenance program (diet, behavior, exercise) critical for success Guidelines for Identifying Weight Loss Fraud Claims/


Weight Loss Surgery at East Carolina University An Introduction to Our Program: Before, During, and After!

appointments, or just not showing up for appointments can result in prolonging the pre-operative process and possibly dismissal from the program. Day of Surgery (you have been approved and completed your third visit which is your History & Physical) -You will/ 1-2 weeks following surgery -No heavy lifting anything over 10 pounds for one month after surgery Gastric Obesity Procedure (GOP) Diet Following Surgery GOP Level I Diet: - This starts after surgery and lasts for 2 weeks -Two ounces (1/4 of a cup)/


Obesity Toba Kazemi, M.D. Associate Professor of Cardiology Director, Birjand Cardiovascular Research Centre.

obesity in any given person. Specific Treatments Behavior modification Behavior modification Dietary therapy Dietary therapy Exercise Exercise Pharmacotherapy Pharmacotherapy Behavior modification The principles of behavior modification provide the underpinnings for many current programs of weight reduction. The principles of behavior modification provide the underpinnings for many current programs/of age Obesity, Prevention Maintain a healthy, balanced diet. Maintain a healthy, balanced diet. Exercise /


The Obesity Epidemic: This is your Life Block 10 April, 2004 Arlo Kahn, M.D. UAMS Dept. of Family and Preventive Medicine Arkansas Center for Health Improvement.

on Stage of Readiness to Change!!! Assist (Readiness Stage: Preparation) Provide educational materials Test Motivation: Give diet diary (3-7 day) Decrease obstacles Inform of support programs available in the community Counsel or refer as needed for counseling She is not willing to go to /women; 1500 cal/d for men counseling from RD James WP, etal. Postgrad Med. June 2001, 19-28. Orlistat Studies 44 obese men & women, diet & 12 wks of orlistat 50 mg tid vs. placebo 4.3 kg vs. 2.1 kg weight loss 188 pts, 10/


Weight Loss Surgery East Carolina University Our Program: Before, During, and After…

appointments, or just not showing up for appointments can result in prolonging the pre-operative process and possibly dismissal from the program. Day of Surgery (you have been approved and completed your third visit which is your History & Physical) - You / 1-2 weeks following surgery  -No heavy lifting anything over 10 pounds for one month after surgery Gastric Obesity Procedure (GOP) Diet Following Surgery GOP Level I Diet:  This starts after surgery and lasts for 2 weeks  Two ounces (1/4 of a cup) /


Gene-Diet Interations HRM728 Russell de Souza, RD, ScD Assistant Professor Population Genomics Program Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics.

for type 2 diabetes – Sex, family history, age – Measures of obesity (BMI, WHR) – Physical activity – Diet (Mediterranean diet score) EPIC InterAct: Gene x Diet Usual food intake estimated using country- specific, validated dietary questionnaires Nutrient intake/does the future hold? Nutrgenomix (Toronto) $535 – Personalized nutrition program with initial consultation and meal plan Potential Benefits Keeps focus on diet Increases awareness of certain conditions Identify subgroups who may derive particular /


Obesity What can we learn from our past? By Andrea Hrysoulakis, Charlie Irwin and Matt Cormack. Index.

-Get set 4 Life - Habits for Healthy Kids -The Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden National Program -Healthy Spaces and Places -Community and Schools Grants Program -Learning from Successful Community Obesity Initiative -Healthy Weight information and resources -How do you measure up? Index What is / don’t get do any hard physical work so we don’t become stronger. Index What is easier - diet or exercise? Diet Diet would be easier than exercise because you are able to still obtain your day-to-day life. All you/


Genuine Progress Index for Atlantic Canada Indice de progrès véritable - Atlantique The Cost of Obesity and what Dieticians Can Do About It Ronald Colman.

, social, natural capital can be cost-effective, yield long- term return on investment 1) Promote Healthy Diets and Nutritional Literacy –Teachers can be trained to explain nutritional labels in class –Singapore “Trim and Fit” program cut school children’s obesity 33%-50% –Doctors, nurses given more explicit diet and nutritional training, yet only 23% U.S. medical schools require separate nutrition course Practising what/


Exercise and Diet for Weight Control. Obesity Trends Among U.S. Adults between 1985 and 2006 Source of the data: Source of the data: The data shown.

, running, etc.) –Involuntary (fidgeting) Thermic Effect of Food Induced Obesity 5 times as many kcal to produce the same weight gain with mixed compared to a high fat diet 5 times as many kcal to produce the same weight gain with mixed/ on Exercise Duration (N = 196) Long term participation in a regular aerobic exercise program enhances weight loss Long term participation in a regular aerobic exercise program enhances weight loss Greatest value of participation is in maintenance of the weight loss Greatest /


Gene-Diet Interations HRM728 Russell de Souza, RD, ScD Assistant Professor Population Genomics Program Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics.

for type 2 diabetes – Sex, family history, age – Measures of obesity (BMI, WHR) – Physical activity – Diet (Mediterranean diet score) EPIC InterAct: Gene x Diet Usual food intake estimated using country- specific, validated dietary questionnaires Nutrient intake/does the future hold? Nutrgenomix (Toronto) $535 – Personalized nutrition program with initial consultation and meal plan Potential Benefits Keeps focus on diet Increases awareness of certain conditions Identify subgroups who may derive particular /


Obesity in Adults Alexandra Abraham. Some definitions… Obesity - The condition of being grossly fat or overweight. Body Mass Index – measurement of body.

.Social Isolation 3.Lower work achievement 4.Disability 5.Bone and joint disease (osteoarthritis) Main Causes of Obesity 1.Genetics 2.Activity level 3.Food consumption Why a Fitness Program? Risk Factors for Developing Obesity Genetics Family Lifestyle Sedentary Lifestyle Unhealthy Diet Social & Economic Issues Age Obesity can cause... Heart Disease Stroke Type 2 Diabetes Cancers High Blood Pressure Decreased Lung Function Depression Poor QOL/


Obesity prevention recommendations for families. Healthy Eating and Active Lifestyles Begin at Home It hardly needs saying that families are one of the.

Early Education. Preventing Childhood Obesity in Early Care and Education: Selected Standards from Caring for Our Children: National Health and Safety Performance Standards; Guidelines for Early Care and Education Programs, 3rd Edition ; 2010.Preventing Childhood Obesity in Early Care and / or whole pasteurized milk for children ages 1 to 2 (1,2,4)124 Provide a varied and balanced diet that emphasizes minimally processed foods  Offer a mix of different colored vegetables each day, especially dark green and /


Syndemics Prevention Network DRAFT: Please do not cite without permission Modeling Population Dynamics Obesity CDC Diabetes and Obesity Conference Denver,

–‘All Adults’: all adults ages 20+ –‘All Ages’: all youth and adults Subsidized Weight Loss Programs for Obese Individuals Net daily caloric reduction of program is 40 kcal/day (i.e., 14,600 kcal/year or 1.8kg weight loss per year/-age carryover effect Effective weight-loss programs—if any exist—could accelerate progress through subsidies for obese individuals –But the cost could be high (even if subsidies terminated by 2020) –And may be undermined by diet failure and recidivism Syndemics Prevention Network /


+ NS270 Seminar Unit 2 Measuring Diet Presented by Stacey Day, MS, RD, LDN.

education and disease risk reduction programs. Lee, R., & Nieman, D. (2007). Measuring Diet. In (4 th Ed.), Nutritional Assessment (pp 77 – 114). Retrieved March 25, 2009 from http://kucourses.com. http://kucourses.com + Obesity Trends U.S. obesity trends (2008). Overweight and Obesity. http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/obesity/trend/maps/index.htm + Obesity Trends U.S. obesity trends (2008). Overweight and Obesity. http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/


3 Steps to Successful Obesity Management. Learning objectives Review recent findings about the biologic regulation of eating and weight control Discuss.

eliminate other drivers of weight gain Intensive comprehensive lifestyle intervention Consider adding weight loss medications to lifestyle therapy program Stage 2 obesity BMI ≥ 40 or ≥ 35 with co-morbidity Unsuccessful with therapies that are less intensive Consider bariatric surgery/ a goal of 150 minutes per week of brisk walking. Rosalia will adopt a low-glycemic index diet in the Weight Watchers program after a visit with a dietitian. Together, you make a decision to taper and discontinue paroxetine and/


Obesity in Older Adults

in patients with OA Decrease glucose intolerance Should not be a low carbohydrate diet, protein liquid diet, or a high fat diet Recommendations: Weight loss programs for older adults should focus on maintaining adequate intake of essential nutrients, while/ change Physicians and patients take different approaches to discussing weight management The Role of the Physician Assess obesity risk American College of Preventative Medicine: All adults should be regularly received counseling about healthy eating and/


Popular Diets Gil C. Grimes, MD Assistant Professor Family Medicine Texas A&M HSC COM Scott and White Family Medicine Residency April 9 th 2005.

Obesity Epidemic Obesity US 1991 [Level 2b] Obesity US 1992 [Level 2b] Obesity US 1993 [Level 2b] Obesity US 1994 [Level 2b] Obesity US 1995 [Level 2b] Obesity US 1996 [Level 2b] Obesity US 1997 [Level 2b] Obesity US 1998 [Level 2b] Obesity US 1999 [Level 2b] Obesity US 2000 [Level 2b] Obesity US 2001 [Level 2b] Texas 2001 What to do? Several programs/produces ketosis Decreases insulin levels Promotes fat consumption Dr. Atkins New Diet Revolution South Beach Angle Same Low CHO basis Introductory period of /


Obesity and Weight Control

size increased substantially with no change in cell number. Weight gain among severely obese, new adipocytes develop in addition to hypertrophy of existing cells. Select a Diet Program Method Principle Disadvantage Low CHO – ketogenic Increased ketone excretion removes energy-containing /Most weight loss occurs during first 6 months. Up to 85% those starting a weight loss program drop & regain. IOM recommend that obese reduce initial body weight by 5% to 15% as realistic. Maintenance of Goal Weight Selective/


Chapter 5 Weight Management.

of obesity. Expose some popular fad diets and myths and fallacies regarding weight control. Describe eating disorders and their associated medical problems and behavior patterns, and outline the need for professional help in treating these conditions. Explain the physiology of weight loss, including set-point theory and the effects of diet on basal metabolic rate. Explain the role of a lifetime exercise program as/


Weight Loss Surgery East Carolina University A Description of Our Program: Before, During, and After…

Must have support person present or your surgery may be cancelled Helpful Hints Prior to Surgery  This is a weight-loss program! Any weight gain could result in prolonging, rescheduling, or cancelling your surgery.  YOU MUST QUIT NICOTINE PRODUCTS! We / for 1-2 weeks following surgery  No heavy lifting (anything over 10 pounds) for one month after surgery Gastric Obesity Procedure (GOP) Diet Following Surgery Level I Diet:  This starts after surgery and lasts for 2 weeks.  Two ounces (1/4 of a cup) of /


2013 AHA/ACC/TOS Guideline for the Management of Overweight and Obesity in Adults Endorsed by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary.

in hospital medical care settings where access to nutrition professionals was available. Recommendation 4 4a. Advise overweight and obese individuals who would benefit from weight loss to participate for ≥6 months in a comprehensive lifestyle program that assists participants in adhering to a lower-calorie diet and in increasing physical activity through the use of behavioral strategies. 4b. Prescribe on-site, high-intensity/


International Health Policy Program -Thailand Suladda Pongutta February 20, 2010 IHPP Comparison between Thai NHA Obesity Strategy and WHO Expert Technical.

and Prevention of Non- communicable diseases report International Health Policy Program -Thailand Pathway of obesity and NCD development 2 Other factors e.g. tobacco, alcohol and psychological problem NCDs Intermediate risk of NCDs International Health Policy Program -Thailand WHO technical report series 916 Diet, Nutrition and the Prevention of Chronic disease 3 International Health Policy Program -Thailand 4 Overview of WHO Expert Technical Report series/


A Global Battle Against Obesity World Health Organization will decide whether to adopt an aggressive plan outlining ways nations can combat obesity. Suggestions.

World Health Organization approves the plan, consumers will see a world-wide push to help them improve their diets, including international efforts to regulate food marketing, pricing and production. Consumer Health Weight Control Basic Concepts Extent /activity should be part of a comprehensive weight loss therapy and weight control program because it: modestly contributes to weight loss in overweight and obese adults may decrease abdominal fat increases cardiorespiratory fitness may help with maintenance /


June 6, 2006 Presentation by Laura Fanning and Celia Framson Eat Better, Feel Better T.T. Minor Elementary School A program evaluation by University of.

K. The Role of Built Environments in Physical Activity, Eating, and Obesity in Childhood. The Future of Children. Vol 16; No.1, Spring 2006. Gleason P, Suitor C, U.S. Food and Nutrition Service. Children’s Diets in the Mid-1990s: Dietary Intake and Its Relationship with School Meal Participation. Special Nutrition Programs. 2001. No. CN-01-CD1. Gleason P, Suitor C, U/


CHILDHOOD OBESITY: The Global Epidemic

Activity Physical activity essential for weight loss Energy costs greater for obese Physical activity decreases 50% during adolescence (girls>boys) Childhood Obesity Treatment Programs Summary of 41 programs Best: comprehensive with behavioral Rx, diet, and exercise Behavioral modification works best Summary 12 school programs Mean weight reduction 10% Best: interventional components Childhood Obesity Pharmacotherapy Anti- obesity pills not approved for peds None of drugs tested for : Long term/


Dr. Fitzroy Henry Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute (PAHO/WHO)

3. Policies developed to support healthy diet and lifestyle choices - Evaluate current foods offered at the school cafeteria or in lunch programs, whilst also discouraging the excessive use of sugar- and fat-containing foods. - Introduce competitions as incentives to promote physical activity for all categories of students, not only the athletically gifted. - Involve school health services in obesity prevention efforts TARGET 5: COMMUNITY/


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